Ice Spice Clarifies Producer RiotUSA’s Sexuality

Ice Spice

Are the “Barbie World” creators actually dating?

Ice Spice scored several mainstream hits with songs produced by RiotUSA. The duo crafted the Bronx-bred rapper’s breakout hit “Munch (Feelin’ U)” which arrived on DSPs in August 2022.

This week saw Ice Spice commenting on RiotUSA’s sexuality. An X user posted a screenshot of an unanswered DM sent to Riot. The @ISLANDBARBZZ account tagged Spice with a request for her to connect him with her in-house producer.

“He don’t like boys,” the openly bisexual rapper wrote on X in response to @ISLANDBARBZZ. Spice’s tweet surpassed 4 million views and 50,000 likes. It also triggered more speculation about RiotUSA.

Celebrity news blogger KenBarbie claimed Ice Spice and RiotUSA are an official couple. KenBarbie tweeted, “I’m actually more surprised that y’all haven’t figured out that’s her man yet.”

In addition to “Munch (Feelin’ U),” RiotUSA worked with Ice Spice on other Billboard Hot 100-charting singles such as “In Ha Mood” and “Think U the S### (Fart).” He produced two Nicki Minaj-assisted tracks as well.

Spice’s “Princess Diana” with Nicki Minaj peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100 rankings. Their “Barbie World” collaboration made it to No. 7. The song off the Barbie soundtrack also earned two Grammy Award nominations, including Best Rap Song.

RiotUSA will likely play a major role in Ice Spice’s upcoming debut studio album. The son of New York City radio personality DJ Enuff should have numerous production credits on the Y2K project scheduled for release in 2024.